True Natural Sunscreen Review

True Natural’s “Broad Spectrum SPF 50” Sunscreen Lotion Review

 


TLC for your skin.

 

True Natural-Broad Spectrum SPF 50 Sunscreen Lotion:

My Findings:  I was very pleased with True Natural’s Broad Spectrum SPF 50 Sunscreen Lotion. I really enjoyed the “coconut vanilla” smell of this sunscreen, it made me think of the beach before I was even there! I went to beach and spent three hours out in the hot mid-day sun and did not turn red, or burn at all even though I’m fairly light skinned and burn easily.

The only thing that you need to know about this sunscreen is that you need to apply it a little at time, and make sure that its rubbed into your skin good or your skin will be all white and you will look like a ghost. Also, as the weeks went buy, the sunscreen seemed to separate, the oil from the rest, so you really need to mix it well before using.

 

About True Natural:

At True Natural Cosmetics, our mission is to provide you with high performance, chemical-free personal care products that are safe for you, your family & the environment. All True Natural Cosmetic products are formulated & produced in the U.S. using 100% natural ingredients. Our ingredients and packaging are sustainable and we are committed to certified organic ingredients whenever available. True Natural Cosmetics products are safe for the whole family, safely biodegradable and contain no parabens, phthalates, petroleum, synthetic fragrances or dyes of any kind. True Natural Cosmetic ingredients are certified organic whenever possible, of the highest quality and receive the highest  certifications, such as being 100% USDA Certified Biobased

Are True Natural’s Ingredients 100% Natural?

At True Natural Cosmetics, we believe that skin care and cosmetics should be 100% natural. Made with pure ingredients that not only offer health benefits, but perform the way  you want. We feel that you should never have to sacrifice effectiveness for safety.

Natural Ingredients

Only safe natural ingredients are used to make our products — never any parabens, PEG, phthalates, petrochemicals, synthetic colors or fragrances, or other harmful synthetics. We constantly work to educate ourselves and our customers on the best natural ingredients and latest technologies available to organic cosmetics.

I would like thank True Natural for giving me the opportunity to review their Broad Spectrum SPF 50 Sunscreen Lotion.

If you are interested in checking out True Natural’s  Broad Spectrum SPF 50 Sunscreen Lotion further, I have included a link below for you.

Broad Spectrum SPF 50 Sunscreen Lotion, Vanilla Coconut:
http://www.truenatural.com/shop/all-natural-sunscreens/item/242-broad-spectrum-spf-50-sunscreen-lotion-vanilla-coconut.html

True Natural Website: http://www.truenatural.com
True Natural Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/BeTrueNatural


Disclaimer: True Natural provided me with free samples of their products to review, I was under no obligation to review them. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review or sponsor a product giveaway in return for the free products. The opinions expressed are my own, based on my personal experience with the product.

5 comments to True Natural Sunscreen Review

  • Nicole@Show Off Friday  says:

    Thanks for sharing another great review! Have a great week.

  • Rachel  says:

    From the sound of it, this a sunscreen that uses zinc or titanium dioxide, do you know for sure if either of those are the active ingredients? I try to only use sunscreens with those ingredients, but they are hard to find!

    • Kate  says:

      Hi Rachel,

      The active in this sunscreen is Zinc Oxide.

  • Tracie  says:

    I love sunscreen reviews! I’m always looking for a new one. I used to be a lifeguard so I’m very conscious about sun protection.

    Tracie

  • LuAnn Braley  says:

    I like “natural” products that care as much about my health as their bottom line.

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